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Old 12-01-2018, 09:22 AM
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Glad to hear you and yours are okay Akbowman. I lived in Eagle River in 1988 to 1989, and realized quickly that it is one of the most visually beautiful places in the world, but also can be the most unforgiving as far as what nature deals out at any given moment. Although I loved living in Ak., circumstances forced me to move back to Texas.

From the looks of the roads and bridges, I'm going to guess that any food and perishables destined for Anchorage area will have to come in by plane or ship until the highway in and out on either side of Anchorage can be sufficiently repaired. Hope everyone got good stocks of canned and frozen stuff from their gardens, hunting, or fishing season this past summer/fall.
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